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BCS stands for Bowl Championship Series, which was a form of playoff among College Football teams between 1998 and 2013, to decide a "National Champion" for the year. It was replaced in 2014 by the College Football Playoff system (CFP).

The BCS and CFP were created because NCAA football does not have a national championship tournament as do other College Sports (e.g. baseball, Basketball). Prior to the BCS, the football "champions" for a year were decided by voting or polls by various organizations.

2) BCS is used in some colleges to represent a baccalaureate degree - "Bachelor of Computer Science."

3) Texas A&M University uses the acronym BCS to refer to the region around the school, centered in two cities (Bryan-College Station).

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